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cardinallaw_admin February 22, 2019
Medical treatment for work injury does this mean my case is accepted? The short answer is not necessarily. When a person is injured at work and the employer or workers’ compensation insurance carrier are paying for medical treatment this can mean one of two things has occurred for the workers’ compensation claim. First, the employer[...]
cardinallaw_admin February 13, 2019
Clients ask: Who is calling me after my workers compensation medical appointments? Rehab professionals? Megan Callahan Attorney explains in this informative video.  
cardinallaw_admin February 8, 2019
Following my recorded statement, the adjuster now says I was not injured at work The information provided in a recorded statement can be critical in terms of the further benefits the employer or workers’ compensation insurance carrier may agree to provide for the work injury. Any time the employer or workers’ compensation insurance carrier is[...]
cardinallaw_admin January 30, 2019
As a Board Certified Workers’ Compensation attorney in North Carolina, I have spoken to hundreds of injured workers about their claims. When I speak to these folks after reviewing their cases, there is one question I get asked more than any other: “Am I getting everything from the workers’ compensation insurance company I am supposed[...]
cardinallaw_admin January 24, 2019
We often get calls from injured workers when the employer or workers’ compensation insurance carrier has accepted liability for the injured workers’ injury and the injured worker is receiving medical treatment and disability checks for the work while the doctor has removed them from all work due to the work injury. However, at a recent[...]
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